Types of Treatments for Eczema
Types of Treatment for Eczema
While there is no cure for Eczema, there are a few types of medications that can relieve many of the common symptoms of Eczema. There are both traditional medical treatments and a couple of natural treatments for eczema options.
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- Eczema Overview
Since Eczema is largely an allergic reaction to certain allergens, not all of these treatments may be effective, particularly in the case of the natural treatments. With all of these treatments for Eczema doesn’t get better, or worsens discontinue and contact your doctor immediately.
Best Treatments for Eczema
DermaTechRx Research Center recommends the ProEcza™ Eczema Cream a treatment of even the most severe cases of Eczema. The easy-to-apply ProEcza™ Cream goes to work instantly to relieve even the worst symptoms of Eczema, yet mild enough to use on sensitive skin and small children. To learn more about the ProEcza™ Treatments for Eczema, please visit the All Stop™ Eczema treatment page.
All Stop™ ProEcza™ – A prescription strength Eczema cream that contains 1% Hydrocortisone and works after the first application, and continues working, even on the most severe, treatment-resistant cases of Eczema.
Medicated Treatment of Eczema
All Stop™ Medicated Body Wash – Research shows that removing the excess bacteria from your skin can help to control Eczema outbreaks. All Stop™ Medicated Body Wash is strong enough, yet mild enough for sensitive skin to control the excess bacteria, without drying or chapping the skin.
All Stop™ Ultra Moisturizing Cream – The light, topical cream soothes and relaxes the skin with natural lubricants from wheat germ oil and jojoba oil, and heals with anti-inflammatory ingredients from natural extracts of Aloe Vera, Arnica, and Chamomile.